Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Philanthropy Quilt is Done

 

I finally finished the quilt top for the Valley MQG.  Now it can be passed on to someone else to do the quilting part.  You can read about the quilt here



I managed to finish it at 41" x 44" and have dark purple leftover enough to make binding after the quilting is done.  Piecing this quilt top is a joy and it makes me happy to know that a child will be receiving this warm quilt.

 

I have so much to be thankful for.  I'm grateful for my family, friends and the quilting community I've found.  It's a wonderful community and you all are great people for this I thank you to each and everyone of you.

 

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!! 

Margo

8 comments:

  1. Nice finish. I enjoy making smaller quilts to give to children in need also. But my goal is to make dents in my ridiculous stash. I used to buy lots of kids friend fabrics but now I'm focusing on "go withs" and backing fabrics. Oh, and moving UFOs along. Have a great week.

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  2. Cute! Sweet! Yes, I'm with Bonnie, small baby quilts are fun to make! Happy Thanksgiving, Margo!!!

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  3. It's wonderful. Purple and yellow and my two favorite colors. I'm sure some child will treasure it.

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  4. it's a beautiful quilt that a little girl will cherish, love the purple and yellow together!

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  5. Lovely quilt top, the fabric is cute and I like the pattern. For sure a little kid will love it. Well done!
    Thank you for sharing and linking up ;)

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  6. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, Margo! SEW sweet of you to prepare the binding with what was left from making the quilt top. The quilter will appreciate that!

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  7. I love that dark purple for the border, and it really makes the quilt pop! Purple and yellow is one of my favorite color combos. Such a happy quilt! I hope you had a wonderful week and thank you for sharing with us at To Do Tuesday! :)

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  8. Amazing how that bag had just what you needed to make a top even though there wasn’t a pattern. It is so cute. And it was sweet of you to make a quilt to give to charity during Thanksgiving week.

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